Lying between the Mediterranean and the limestone of Provence, the Esterel massif, a volcanic site of abrupt rocks of red rhyolite, stands out in contrast against the cerulean skies and the azure waters into which they plunge and disperse. With Natura 2000 classification, this area of land and sea is testimony to a very rich biodiversity and home to many species of plants and animals. From the sea, you will enjoy a privileged perspective for admiring the exceptional landscape as you approach theIle d’Or. With its unusual and mysterious tall square tower, it inspired the setting of the adventures of Tintin in The Black Island. In this unique setting, surrounded by the elements, a change of scenery is guaranteed.